STEVENS Gives Top 4 Advantages of Pre-Engineered Metal Building for Aluminum Manufacturing Facilities

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The leading pre-engineered metal building company has recently released an article about the benefits of using steel for an aluminum manufacturing facility. This comes after their announcement about their Indiana pre-engineered metal buildings expansion.

The post explains that pre-engineered metal buildings are versatile and allow for a variety of unique designs for a number of manufacturing facilities, including aluminum plants. To read the entire article, click on the following link,


According to the top steel erector, pre-engineered buildings are easy to construct and come with a reduced risk of unknown conditions and variables during the building process, thus saving money, time, and resources.

The article gives 4 strong reasons why a pre-engineered metal building system is the best choice for an aluminum manufacturing facility. As a top pre-engineered metal building company, STEVENS has decades of experience in constructing facilities using a structural steel framing system that can be designed to fit the needs of an aluminum manufacturing plant.

All the building components for the manufacturing building are built in a climate-controlled factory to cater to the specific needs of the project. This means that parts arrive at the job site cut, punched, and put together where a qualified metal building construction company assembles it. A prefabricated building allows for a much shorter construction schedule.

STEVENS outlines the flexibility and strength of steel that allows for clearspan construction, which means there are no concerns about interior columns interfering with designs and efficiency. This easily gives steel an outright edge over other building materials. The article also states how structural strength is another benefit that comes with steel because it’s one of the strongest building materials available.

Building owners can add specialty coating to components to make them more resistant to corrosion and dirt, thus adding to its sustainability and longevity.

The pre-engineered steel building experts emphasize the durability of steel buildings and how they can withstand harsh weather conditions.

Another advantage of steel is its low maintenance. The post explains that prefabricated buildings do not need a coat of paint every few years, unlike traditional building materials. Being termite and rodent resistant, steel does not require regular treatment with harsh chemicals either, as it does not support mold, mildew, or fungal growth.

Additionally, STEVENS Engineers and Constructors prefer steel framing as there is no risk of rotting, warping, splitting, or twisting, making steel a cost-efficient construction material.

The pre-engineered metal building company states that steel for manufacturing facilities is an economical option because pre-engineered steel buildings use energy-efficient materials. Steel is known for its thermal and insulating properties that reduce the need for more energy to maintain heating or cooling needs. STEVENS goes on to explain that steel is the most recycled material, which makes it a sustainable, eco-friendly, and cost-effective construction material.

Those looking to invest in a durable and economical building material for an aluminum manufacturing building can ask for a personalized metal building quote via the STEVENS website.

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STEVENS Engineers and Constructors provides complete industrial construction services from our office in Middleburg Heights, Oh near Cleveland. We offer high-quality design, build, and management services to industrial customers across the United States.

Contact STEVENS Engineers & Constructors:

Vicki Anderson

7850 Freeway Circle, Suite 100
Middleburg Hts, OH 44130

(440) 234-7888

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